The Cleveland Police Foundation in Partnership with the Ohio Crime Prevention Association Presents the “Tip of the Week”

NEIGHBORHOOD BLOCK WATCH PROGRAM (cont.)

EMERGENCY – PRIORITY – RESPONS  ( Crime occurring now or in progress )

 Abandoned Refrigerator
 Abduction/Rape
 Accident/Serious
 Assaults in progress/serious
 Assist Police/Fire/EMS in troubleth
 Attempt to lure/sex offense
 Bank alarms
 Blood runs
 Bomb threats
 Business closed/entry accessible
 Child abandoned/endangered/neglected
 Dead body/homicide
 Intoxicated driver
 Holding suspect/security
 Live wires down
 Missing child/handicapped person
 Person down/unknown cause (EMS may handle)
 Property crime in progress
 Prowler
 Riot/large unruly crowd
 Robbery in progress
 Shots fired
 Suicide in progress/threats
 Trouble in schools
 Vicious animal
 (Any call determining that serious harm may occur to life or property)
  (Continued next week with non-emergency calls)  OCPA%20logo%202


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